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Category Archives: Bar/Bat Mitzvah

How to Give the Best Bar & Bat Mitzvah Speech Ever – Mazel Tov!

The bar and bat mitzvah are coming of age ceremonies for young Jewish boys and girls. If you’re getting ready for your bar or bat mitzvah, chances are you’re feeling excited and a bit nervous in hopes that everything goes perfectly. You have done a lot of preparation, and you know you still have to […]

Coming of Age Traditions, Rituals and Ceremonies from Around the World

Cultures around the world honor their young members with coming of age rituals, traditions and ceremonies. These often include pageantry and lengthy preparation, and carry religious significance. Traditions vary, but the one thing they all have in common is the celebration of a child’s transition into adulthood. Bat and bar mitzvah Jewish girls and boys […]

Gamble on These Creative Uses for Poker Chips

Poker chips are loads of fun, there’s no doubt about that. It doesn’t even matter if you’re a poker player — just ask anyone who has a spare set of poker chips and a toddler or two! The small, smooth with a few embellishments, multicolored discs are just… fun. There are lots of blogs out […]

Wow Your Guests! Maya Kalman’s Theme Party Tips

Maya Kalman’s Theme Party Favorites She’s a theme party go-getter. Just read expert party planner, Maya Kalman’s ideas on the Swanky Planner and you’ll see why Manhattan’s award-winning Swank Productions puts the pep into plain. When Kalman plans theme parties, she considers how guests view each event and she aims to impress. “We never do […]

Celebrate Coming of Age with Bar and Bat Mitzvah Party Supplies

Bar and Bat Mitzvah celebrations are a religious commemoration of the “coming of age” of boys and girls when they turn 13 (sometimes 12 for girls). The religious commemoration of the event is typically noted at a Saturday morning (Sabbath) service in which a portion of the Torah is recited. While some Bar/Bat Mitzvahs are […]